With security planning and arms sales continuing to fall outside the purview of EU policy, various member states have been cashing in on the Asian arms race.
South Africa’s recent general election has bucked the international trend toward populism by consolidating its democracy at the political center.
The Chinese telecom’s public diplomacy blitz in the United States has room for improvement.
Pakistan’s water issues will go from bad to worse after glaciers in the Indus Basin pass the peak water mark later this century.
Now officially the second-largest in history, the ongoing Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) appears to be spiraling out of control.
Zac and Nick discuss General Haftar's offensive on Tripoli and what it means for Libya's protracted civil war.
A European ‘Belt and Road’ might be what the EU needs to lift the continent out of its economic doldrums.
Zac and Nick discuss mounting tensions between the United States and Iran - what's causing them, and whether or not they could lead to a new US war in the Middle East. Recorded on May 14, 2019.
Two instances of sabotage on Saudi oil infrastructure suggest the possibility of Iranian blowback from mounting tensions with the United States.
Europeans will soon head to the polls in what are likely the most important European Parliament elections ever.
An attack on a luxury hotel by Baloch separatists has brought the risks imperiling the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) into sharp relief.